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Confidential & Considerate

Information is provided with respect and concern for every caller’s unique situation. All communications and caller information are kept strictly confidential.

A call to Pregnancy Risk Network (1-800-724-2454) involves a brief conversation with a teratogen* information specialist to understand the conditions involved with the exposure.

Callers will be asked the exact name of the medication or agent of concern, the date(s) when the exposure occurred, the first date of your last menstrual period, if pregnant. Callers are re-contacted after a review of the available information.

Call us Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM eastern standard time. Call us after hours and your confidential voicemail message will be returned the next business day. You may also email us using the online inquiry form below.

* Teratogen (te-rat-uh-jen) - an environmental agent or maternal condition that, under certain conditions, may have a harmful effect on a developing embryo or fetus.